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Yakuza Videos and Trailers - PS2

  • Publisher: SEGA
  • Genre:Action, Adventure
  • Developer: Amusement Vision
  • Release Date:Sep 6, 2006
  • # of Players:1 player
  • ESRB:M - Mature (Titles rated "Mature (M)" may be suitable for ages 17 and older. They may include more intense violence or language than products rated "Teen" as well as mature sexual themes.)
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Game Description:Enter the tempting world of Toyko nightlife in this adventure set in the city's notorious Yakuza entertainment district. A hit in Japan, Yakuza features a dozen detailed chapters created by prominent producer Toshihiro Nagosi and award-winning novelist Seishu Hase. The game's exclusive fighting engine lets you demolish multiple street-brawl foes at once with creative hand-to-hand combos, or mow 'em down with objects you pick up. Explore an authentic re-creation of the Yakuza neighborhood, with all its beckoning neon sprawl in a cinematic storyline. Free-roaming gives you the liberty to take on side missions and, if you want, even take a few swings in the batting cages.
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